St. Vincent & Byrne Album
2012-06-14 by robin EMERITUS | 17 Comments

Pitchfork reports that David Byrne and St. Vincent will make about every seasoned indie fan insanely excited by releasing a collaborative album later this year. St. Vincent's Annie Clark said that the album, titled 'Love This Giant', featured the two going half-and-half on songwriting and performing duties. The album will also feature a performance by the Dap-Kings.

The album is out on the 11th of September, this year, and the duo go on tour together four days later. This follows a busy couple of years in Clark's career, with only a year behind Strange Mercy and even less behind her shockingly punk-y Record Store Day release.

Tracklisting:

1. Who

2. Weekend in the Dust

3. Dinner for Two

4. Ice Age

5. I Am an Ape

6. The Forest Awakes

7. I Should Watch TV

8. Lazarus

9. Optimist

10. Lightning

11. The One Who Broke Your Heart (ft. The Dap-Kings and Antibalas)

12. Outside of Space & Time

http://pitchfork.com/news/46856-david-byrne-and-st-vincent-detail-collaborative-lp-announce-north-american-tour/

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robin
Emeritus
June 14th 2012
4248 Comments


i don't even have that much of a love for byrne, but yeah, oh man

fuckthatnoise
June 14th 2012
1479 Comments


i feel like i was too quick to judge SV. i should probably give her another chance.

i actually really wanna hear this.

ILJ
June 14th 2012
6669 Comments


If it involves Annie Clark, I'll probably love it.

DeafMetal
June 14th 2012
8588 Comments


^ agreed hard

Digging: Hawkwind - Space Ritual

myhigherpie
June 14th 2012
3027 Comments


This is gonna be some funky shit.

MaskAtTheMasquerade
June 14th 2012
2887 Comments


good as gold

Lakes.
June 14th 2012
27663 Comments


will probably 4.5 this hard

Digging: Arthur Russell - World of Echo

mrbloke
June 14th 2012
200 Comments


Seems legit.

Whatsgood
June 14th 2012
177 Comments


"will probably 4.5 this hard"

Yeah, I'm dyin' for another solo album from Annie after Krokodil but this is still exciting.

livingisland
June 14th 2012
527 Comments


The thought of these two performing together just blew my mind

Ire
June 14th 2012
41762 Comments


yay

beverboy899
June 14th 2012
12 Comments


why of all days would it come out 9/11? is that more indie or something?

captaincrunch11
June 14th 2012
1208 Comments


OMG I came

Chrisjon89
June 15th 2012
3622 Comments


anyone else jammed the track yet? It's pretty sweet. Byrne has still got it vocally

Irving
Staff Reviewer
June 15th 2012
7264 Comments


Pretty sure this is gonna rule to high heaven.

Digging: U2 - Songs of Innocence

MUNGOLOID
June 16th 2012
4292 Comments


anything involving David Byrne is sure to be gold.

spillingmercury
June 16th 2012
877 Comments


I listened to a bit of it, I don't remember the track name, but it was definitely great. Can't wait for this.



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